If I’m Being Honest Review: Taming of the Shrew “retelling”

I can't remember how I came across If I'm Being Honest, but I remember reading the summary of it and thinking "this is the kind of romance I am very interested in reading." Cameron was a little rough to enjoy at the beginning of the book, but that was part of her character development. This … Continue reading If I’m Being Honest Review: Taming of the Shrew “retelling”

Blue Lily, Lily Blue Review: even farther down the Glendower rabbit hole and I’m here for it

These books just keep getting more and more interesting as the magical system shows that there are very few rules. Every time I think I know all the rules and all the players, BAM new people and new rules. I'm all for it though. There are spoilers in this post, so please read at your … Continue reading Blue Lily, Lily Blue Review: even farther down the Glendower rabbit hole and I’m here for it

These Violent Delights Review: a stylized, dark, and reimagined story that holds true to many aspects of the original story

I am a huge fan of Romeo and Juliet. I am completely aware of all of its issues, but I still find it dramatic in a great way and it has some iconic lines. "Do you bite your thumb at me, sir?" Such a classic. Having said that, I am an even bigger fan of … Continue reading These Violent Delights Review: a stylized, dark, and reimagined story that holds true to many aspects of the original story

The Dream Thieves Review: Was Ronan the original bad boy?

This book lived up perfectly to the previous one, which is always very impressive to me. I was so ready to dive back into this friend group and their adventure. As I said in my post about the first book, I love friendships. This book continues to develop the friendships and the individuals. This post … Continue reading The Dream Thieves Review: Was Ronan the original bad boy?

The Raven Boys Review: I’m in love with friendship

I'll admit it. I am head over heels in love with book friendships. They give me butterflies, make me blush, and cause me to smile to myself while reading. I mean romantic love is great, but the love of friends, it gives me goosebumps. I read this book a few years ago and I can't … Continue reading The Raven Boys Review: I’m in love with friendship

Dark Shores Review: Roman-inspired world and a boss pirate princess

I am a complete sucker for Greek and Roman-inspired books. I also am always looking for pirate books. So the fact that this book brings these two book-passions of mine to life is wonderful! Not only did it have a world I wanted to explore, but the characters were delightfully complex. Teriana is a boss pirate … Continue reading Dark Shores Review: Roman-inspired world and a boss pirate princess

The Henna Wars Review: competition, romance, and sisterhood

So sisterhood has been a running theme in the book I've been reading recently and I am not upset about it one bit. I think that the sisters in this book are the true stars of the plot. Nishat and her sister's relationship is so authentic and relatable. They're also so loving toward each other … Continue reading The Henna Wars Review: competition, romance, and sisterhood

This is My Brain in Love Review: important conversations about mental health and relationships

Okay, when I first heard about this book I thought it was trying to be quirky. Like a nerdy person who doesn't trust their heart, which sounds like a book I would read and I am not bashing it at all. However, after reading the actual description and starting the book, it's a super important … Continue reading This is My Brain in Love Review: important conversations about mental health and relationships

October Wrap Up: the month of books blowing past my expectations

Overall this month was full of surprises as all these books were so amazing! I highly recommend all of them! Also I got to read some really good "spooky" or strange reads! Winterwood By Shea Ernshaw I thought this was a beautifully written witchy fairytale perfect for Halloween or winter. I highly recommend reading it … Continue reading October Wrap Up: the month of books blowing past my expectations

Most Likely Review: friends, senior year, and maybe a little love

Yessssss. What a fabulous girl-friend cast. I am a huge fan of The Bold Type television show, which Sarah Watson is the writer for. So, I was SO excited to read this book. Also, one of my favorite booktubers loved it. So, as the cover reveals, this story follows four different friends as they tie … Continue reading Most Likely Review: friends, senior year, and maybe a little love